mardi 25 novembre 2014

Mere expectation of treatment can improve brain activity in Parkinson's patients

Learning-related brain activity in Parkinson's patients improves as much in response to a placebo treatment as to real medication, according to a new study. "The findings highlight the power of expectations to drive changes in the brain," said a co-author of the study. "The research highlights important links between psychology and medicine."

Mere expectation of treatment can improve brain activity in Parkinson's patients

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